Sustainable - Self isolation Covid-19 @BambuuBrush 




Earth Day is on April 22 of every year. This year will mark 50 years of the special event being celebrated. Celebrating Earth Day serves as a conscious reminder of how fragile our planet is and how important it is to protect it. @Bambuubrush will be delivering a full day of education to children worldwide, The day will consist of 6 lessons linked to school curriculum subjects. This will be aimed at KS1 & KS2 and of course parents. You must register your child via the @BambuuBrush website so that they can send you the link to take part. A perfect way to connect with the world from the comfort of your own home.

Earth day 2020 @bambuubrush
2. Use Netflix to learn something new
Get ready to add all of these shows to your watch list.
Netflix isn’t just for bingeing Tiger king, but also for educating yourself about sustainability. 
The true cost - If you haven’t yet watched this staple documentary exposing the exploits of the fast fashion industry. A MUST WATCH! You will change you will change your shopping habits once you  know the true journey of the clothes you wear. 
A plastic ocean - Another must watch! All about investigating pollution's environmental impacts. Eye opening to say the least. Add it to the list for sure.
The 11th hour - Staring  Leonardo DiCaprio! If you can't find this on Netflix you will somewhere on the web. WOW WOW WOW.  This 2007 film explores how humanity has arrived at the 11th hour – the last possible moment that change is possible for our planet and its ecosystems. It's amazing! 
Sustainable - Sustainable is a powerful documentary that explores agricultural issues. In addition to that, it shows how to sustain our resources. This is in order to save what the future generations would be consuming eventually.
3. Use your garden and grown your own! 

Spring is here and the sun is making an appearance. It’s a nice bit of positivity amid these unprecedented times and it’s becoming the perfect opportunity to do a spot of gardening. No matter how big or small your space, you can start growing plants, flowers and other foliage. Use Pinterest to gather inspiration. You can even start to build your own allotment, think of it as a project.  


4. Make simple changes away from plastic 

As you are spending more time at home in isolation, you may be recognising more plastic items around the house. There are many sustainable household alternatives away from plastics, An example may be your toothbrush. Over 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are purchased every year. There is a perfect alternative on the market at the moment, an @BambuuBrush . Their online shop is still open, offering great customer service during this unsettling time. You can even opt for the subscription package meaning you will never have to go out and buy a toothbrush again

(25% off orders at the moment).


5. Reuse your waste

 You can reuse many waste items, such as eggshells and old tea bags, using a compost bin. This waste then degrades and turns into compost that can be used to help your garden grow. Reuse Jars and pots. By cleaning glass jars and small pots, you can use them as small containers to store odds and ends. Many items found around the home can be used for different purposes. So before you throw those items away, think about how they can be reused.

 Don't forget to check out @bambuubrush website for all sustainable tips and to get your bamboo toothbrush 

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